Frankie Thomas was a stage, radio, film and television actor active from the mid '30s to the early '60s. He is best known today for title roles in the matinee serial "Tim Tyler's Luck" and the TV series "Tom Corbett Space Cadet." He is here at IA in the feature film "Nancy Drew Reporter." The source for and date of this interview are unknown. Topics: Frankie Thomas, Frankie Thomas interview
An African adventure serial from Universal Pictures. CAST NOTE: Frankie Thomas later played the title role in the TV series,"Tom Corbett Space Cadet" (1951-1955) Topics: movie trailers, serials, matinee serials, Frankie Thomas
'Tom Corbett, Space cadet' - Runaway rocket (1954) Episode: The runaway rocket - Air Date: May 22, 1954. This was the final episode on DuMont. "Tom Corbett" would return in the fall on NBC. "Tom Corbett, Space Cadet" is one of only a few programs to be broadcast on all four major networks during its five year run. From Oct 2, 1950 - Dec 29, 1950 on CBS, from Jan 1, 1951 - Sep 26, 1951 on ABC, from Aug 29, 1953 - May 22, 1954 on DuMont and from Dec 11, 1954 - June 25, 1955 on... favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Tom Corbett, Live TV, Frankie Thomas, 1954, DuMont, 1950's Television
Episode "The mystery of the missing mail ship" - Air Date: March 12, 1955 Commercials for 'Kraft Caramels' favoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Tom Corbett, Live TV, Frankie Thomas, 1955, NBC, 1950's Television, Kinescope
Episode "Pursuit of the deep space projectile" which aired on April 30, 1955 and contains original commercials for 'Kraft Caramels'. Topics: Classic TV, Tom Corbett, Live TV, Frankie Thomas, 1955, NBC, 1950's Television
Episode "Monster of space" which aired on March 19, 1955 and contains commercials for 'Kraft Caramels'. favoritefavoritefavorite ( 2 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Kinescope, Science fiction, Tom Corbett, Live TV, Frankie Thomas, 1950's, Fifties,...
A seriocomic family film which in a series of episodes recounts the trials and tribulations of a dedicated minister and his family during the early 20th century. Fredric March stands out at the head of a solid cast. An adaptation of Hartzell Spence's best-selling novel. TRIVIA: The silent movie Fredric March goes to see is the William S Hart western "The Silent Man" (1917). Topics: movie trailers, family films, comedies, dramas, church life, Fredric March, Martha Scott, beulah...